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good morning. a bigger plan? police sources telling a bigger plan? police sources telling nbc news the san bernardino shooters left evidence they may have been considering other targets, including a high school. and there's troubling new information from that close friend of the shooter who police say, years earlier, bought the assault rifles used in the attack. crisis at chipotle. more than 120 people now sick with norovirus, linked to one of the chain restaurants in boston. this after a separate outbreak out west. with falling stock prices and weak sales, can the company bounce back? we'll pose the question to the ceo when he joins us exclusively. taken for a ride. a cabbie confronts an uber driver and gets dragged 60 feet down the street, as the battle between the car service app and traditional taxis gets ugly. going for gold! one of hollywood's most coveted awards honoring both movies and tv.
golden globes out this morning, and we will bring them to you live today thursday, december 10th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a thursday morning. a lot of people are big fans of chipotle. >> steve ells is the founder and ceo of the company and we'll get his take on what's going on in a couple of minutes. first, our top story. the investigation into the san bernardino shooting. new information revealed about the attackers and other potential targets. nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer is on the story again for us this morning. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the conference center behind me, where so many lost their lives, will be closed until january. this as investigators learn
gunman's plot of terror. before the terror attack that left 14 dead and 21 wounded, syed farook and tashfeen malik left behind evidence they were planning other targets in southern california. they include a possible plan to attack a university or a public area. officials say three years ago, farook may have also talked about staging an attack in loss anxious with his childhood friend enrique marquez before getting cold feet. marquez is being questioned. he's the man farook acquired the rifles from used in last week's shooting. we know farook and malik trained at a shooting rage. the fbi says the couple was radicalized at least two years. first courting online, talking about jihad. farook later moving from pakistan to california.
the k-1 visa program in instances where something needs to be explored. >> reporter: she lied on her visa application, possibly steering investigators away from any trail that may have led to her radicalized background. >> it's too soon to know what if anything might have been missed in the screening process. >> reporter: after raiding the shooters' home, valuable evidence is being found on smashed computers and cell phones. leads that brought investigators to this local high school, where farook had worked as a food inspector and had pictures of the campus on his cell phone. was it a possible target? >> and we're working very, very hard to understand did they have other plans ee fehr for that day or earlier. the fbi director says the terrorists were inspired by foreign terror groups. this so-called family terror group made financial plans for
>> miguel almaguer, thank you. there is new fallout from donald trump's call of a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. a controversial proposal putting the republican party in a difficult spot. peter alexander has more on that. good morning. >> good morning. donald trump's plan is as controversial as it is divisive. new polling shows most voters opopse his plan to bar muslims from entering the u.s., but it does resonate with republicans. listen to this. one-day online poll found 37% of the voters said it made them more likely to vote for trump. >> wow, thank you. >> reporter: donald trump again threatening gop bosses with a third-party bid. >> if they don't treat me with a certain amount of decorum and respect, if they don't treat me as the front-runner, by far the
field is not level, then certainly all options are open. >> reporter: trump remains unapologetic. >> are you racist? >> i am the least racist person you have ever met. >> reporter: for the first time since trump ignited this latest firestorm, president obama come meblding the end of slavery took a swipe at his loudest critic. >> our freedom is bound up with the freedom of others, regardless of what faith they practice. >> reporter: trump's provocative words are also sparking condemnation worldwide. >> mr. donald trump. >> hear, hear. >> reporter: parliament is calling for trump to be banned from the uk, after hundreds of thousands of people signed on. ahead of trump's planned trip to israel, the israeli prime minister publicly rejected trump's plan. he tweeted he'd meet with the prime minister after he becomes president. a middle east department store chain yanked all trump merchandise all the shelves. hillary clinton is trying to capitalize, arguing his plan
>> donald trump is supplying them with new propaganda. he's actually playing into their hands. >> reporter: facebook founder mark zuckerberg is speaking out in support of muslims in his community. writing, i want you to know, you are always welcome here, and we will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you. and after trump lashed out at "time" magazine for snubbing him as its person of the year, "time" is striking back, taunting trump with these never-before-seen blooper reels from a recent photo shoot, the billionaire dodging a bald eagle. >> he says, how's the hair? a new poll out of north carolina shows trump has a 20-point lead and his support grew after his controversial plan was announced. trump is up early this morning, already tweeting, wow, my poll numbers have gone through the
>> peter, thank you very much. by the way, one of the most well known muslims in the world is also weighing in on this. boxing great muhammad ali is calling for muslim leaders to not bring fear. ali says in part, i am a muslim. there is nothing islamic about killing innocent people in paris, sarn bernardino, or anywhere else in the world. true muslims know the ruthless violence of so-called islamic jihadists goes against the tenets of our religion. he goes on to say we ausmuss muslims have to stand up to those who use religion to further their agenda. an alarming announcement out of north korea. kim jong-un says his country has developed a hydrogen bomb. keir simmons is following this nbc's keir simmons is following this story. keir, good morning. >> good morning. this is the first time north korea's leader claimed his
weeks ago, he issued an equally belligerent statement, that he could attack the u.s. at any time. while a hydrogen bomb could produce a stronger blast than the nitrogen bach. he has been on a campaign to pressure the international community, repeatedly making threats. last month, north korea staged the biggest military parade in its history, but there did not appear to be any new weapons. while a year ago, computer hackers attacked sony over "the interview," a movie about the plot to assassinate north korea's leader. so far this morning, there's no comment from the state department on this latest north korean nuclear claim. but it's being viewed with suspicion by many experts. some say it's rhetoric. the aim, perhaps, to send a message that the country will not abandon its nuclear weapons, to force the international community to recognize north korea's nuclear status, something washington says it will never do.
more protests expected in chicago today, a day after demonstrators flooded the streets. they're calling for the resignation of mayor rahm emanuel. this is all in response to the police video of a's why officer shooting a black teenager 16 times. it's led to the firing of chicago's top police officer and a federal investigation into the police department. wednesday, mayor emanuel issued an apology to his city but said once again he's not stepping down. now on to chipotle. 120 boston college students are suffering from norovirus symptoms, being linked to one chipotle near the school. the health scare, another hit for the restaurant chain already dealing with the impact of an e. coli outbreak out west. we are going to talk to chipotle's founder in a moment. first nbc's ron mott with the latest from boston.
savannah. first, e. coli and now norovirus. this has been a rough couple months for chipotle. the company is changing how it landles its food making it one of the safest places to eat in history. chipotle brands itself a fresher, healthier alternative to fast food. the norovirus outbreak has college students who ate here hours before it was announced, questioning their loyalty. >> i got a text from my roommate saying, did you see the e-mail? so many people got sick after eating here, and i'm not sure i'll come back. >> reporter: the number of students sick jumped to 120. the restaurant was cited for three critical violations. >> i'll make sure the establishment is safe. >> reporter: norovirus is a fast spreading virus this causes
it is hard to kill. >> hopefully it will be effective. you have to do more than cleaning solutions. you need ultraviolet light. you ne things like high temperature. >> reporter: the latest round of bad news comes on the heels of an e. coli outbreak at chipotle reres restaurants in nine states, sickening more than six people. the company warning of a double digit drop in same-store sales in the fourth quarter. >> one of the things the company says it'll do is prepare fresh food ingredients off site. things like diced tomatoes and other risky ingredients, sanitize and seal them before shipping them back to restaurants. matt? >> all right. ron mott in boston. ron, thanks so much. steve ells, chipotle's founder and ceo, is with us exclusively. good to have you with us. >> thank you. >> i was watching your face watching the tape. this is a tough time for you guys. >> i'm sorry for the people who got sick. they're having a tough time, and i feel terrible about that. we're doing a lot to rectify
>> let's start in boston and work our way back to the pacific northwest. the norovirus is what sickened these people. 120 people up in boston. the restaurant is closed down. they've been issued some violations. the cleanup is underway. are you convinced you've contained this now, that more people won't contain being sick? >> well, in regard to the e. coli, you know, there was one particular period of time, from mid-october until early november that appeared -- that's when the outbreak occurred, and the reporting of the illnesses came out over a lock period of time. >> so you're saying in boston you could have more cases reported. >> well, with the norovirus, probably, you've heard that this is the extent of it. but it's a very -- it's a
quickly, from person to person. >> you're convinced when you reopen the store near boston, people will not be getting sick if they go back to eat there? >> when we reopen, the restaurant will be completely sanitized and every employee will have been tested and assured they do not have norovirus. >> now let's go back to the pacific northwest. >> yeah. >> the e. coli outbreak started in early october. dozens of people got sick. it's my understanding that after weeks of investigating this, the fda has not found an exact source of that e. coli bacteria, is that true? >> it's true. and we have had teams looking at this. we closed our restaurants out of an abundance of caution and tested all the ingredients, surfaces. thousands and thousands of tests, matt, and they all came back negative for e. coli. so if there is a silver lining in this, it is that we have looked at every single ingredient that we use at
we use 64 ingredients that we bring in, from farm through the distribution network, how we prepare the food, how we cook the food, and how we serve the food. we've had a team of epidemiologists and food safety experts to raise our zarnds from the already industry norms that are -- >> you call it a silver lining. i think it might be troubling. if you can't identify the source, how do you eliminate it in the future? >> well, unfortunately what got people sick was no longer in the system by the time they even showed symptoms. so unfortunately you'll not find that. but the silver lining comment is that it has caused us to put in place practices that our epidemiologist expert says will put us 10 to 15 years ahead of industry norms. i believe this will be the safest restaurant to eat at. >> a lot of damage has been
stock prices droch edpped, double digits since early november. that's a big part of it. first, financially, can the company recover? >> certainly. that's not what we're thinking about now. we're thinking about the safety and quality of our ingredients. to put in place practices that will not enable this to happen again. practices that are so far above industry norms today, we will be the safest place to eat. that is our commitment. much like food with integrity, to bring the best ingredients to fast food, we have practices that will make it the safest place to eat. >> finally, real quickly, there are critics who say, mr. ells, this company started with a great idea and grew too fast. that it took off at a rate where you couldn't keep control of things like sourcing and quality control. even things that would affect the public health. is there some merit to that claim?
you look at the quality of our ingredients over time, we've made a great strides in sourcing better quality foods. more organics. more local and sustainably raised foods. this was a very unfortunate incident, and i'm deeply sorry this happened. but the procedures we're putting in place today are so above industry norms that we are going to be the safest place to eat. >> steve ells, good of you to join us this morning. >> matt, thank you. >> i know you've got app awful lot going on. >> thank you. now, we go to colorado and a fiery day in court for the man accused of killing a police officer and two others at a planned parenthood last month. robert dear in court to be formally charged had several outbursts, including telling the court he is guilty. >> the truth, huh? kill the babies, that's what planned parenthood does. nobody will ever know the amount of blood i saw inside that place. >> dear called himself a, quote, warrior for the babies. his attorney said he had serious
to stand trial. he'll be back in court on december 23rd. now we'll move to the weather and tale of two coasts. you've got some stories of the weather. warm out here -- >> warm here, but stormy out west. it continues. let's look at some video from northwestern oregon. folks have been having to drive through flooded roads, which they should not do. there have been landslides, mudslides. we're going to be seeing more of this, and mountain snows, as well. let's show you what we have happening now. we have two storms. currently, one is getting ready to push on shore. we've got another one out here in the pacific. that's going to be bringing some pretty strong storms, as well. we watch this rain make its way in, and we're going to see heavy rain, heavy snow making its way through the pacific northwest. first, one batch comes in today. snow from the cascades to the sierra. tomorrow, heavy rain for oregon and washington and more snow for
and, in fact, look at some of the rainfall amounts. we're talking about 7 inches plus along the oregon/california border. mudslides, debris flow possible. a real mess. if there is a silver lining, it's the heavy snow that'll fall in the sierra. some areas may get 3 feet of snow, which is great news for helping to alleviate the drought. that's what's going on.
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7:30 now on a thursday morning. a little christmas music in the background. we'll explain that in a little while. the tree, also, in the background. a nice crowd of people in the plaza. we'll get out in a little while and say hi to them on warm -- or warmer thursday morning here in new york. >> good morning, everybody. good to have you with us. here are the stories making headlines right now. law enforcement sources telling nbc news the san bernardino shooters left behind evidence that they were considering other potential targets. among them, a school building and gatherings in public areas. protesters in chicago stormed a macy's last night in new demonstrations over the deadly police shooting of a 17-year-old suspect. mayor rahm emanuel, who is facing calls to resign, tried to calm tensions at a special city council meeting, by apologizing for the shooting and vowing complete and total reform of the
president obama is signing a major overhaul of the no child left behind law today, while standardized reading and math tests will still be required. the changes will limit the classroom time spent on them and lessen the penalties for underperforming schools. let's start with a story behind the video we've been showing you this morning of a cabbie being dragged by an uber driver. this happened during an anti-uber protest. willie is following this story for us. hey, willie. good morning. >> good morning, salve nachl good morning, guys. it was a wild scene in toronto. the driver was banging on the car, to make a point that uber drivers are unsafe and uninsured. during a protest against ub never toronto on wednesday, a cab driver was caught taking out his frustration on a company, banging on the window of an uber driver's car. the driver pulls away with the man still clinging to the car, dragging him nearly 70 feet. >> i thought this guy followed the law and should have stopped. >> the man was among several taxi drivers protesting what they see as unfair business
also say is threatening the very existence of the city's taxi industry. the man, the uber driver, and his passenger were not hurt. but it's just the latest in a long line of incidents involving uber drivers across the country and around the globe. cabdrivers in new york, chicago and new orleans joined the global day of action against uber in september with more protests in france, brazil, and india. while the car-hailing app may have revolutionized the way we get around, the company has faced questions about its business practices. >> what is your response to, uber kills professional, good paying jobs, and it's unfair to the drivers, and it's destroying the cab industry? >> in the uber world, you can use your own car. you don't pay $40,000 to rent the vehicle. you make more dollars per hour, and it's flexible. you don't have a shift. you can turn on your work when you want to, and you can turn it off. >> but traditional cab drivers
unsafe and uninsured. as for the protester's complaints, uber says our focus remains on working with city officials to update regulations that allow for innovation, which will benefit everyone in the ground transportation market. we've seen this in cities around the world. between uber, the new technology and the old city cabs. >> dangerous move there. >> i don't care how frustrated you are. don't hang on a moving car. >> thank you. there is a warning this morning tied to a popular new way to might up your home for the holidays using lasers. as we know, they can be a potential hazard to pilots. nbc's tom costello covers aviation for us. tom, good morning. >> yeah, good morning. these lights are an easy way to cover your house with hassle-free holiday cheer and spashlg, but one that may carry this hidden danger. the faa warning homeowners that laser light displays if not used correctly, are bright enough to temporarily blind a pilot. >> simple to spectacular. >> reporter: you can deck the walls with a flip of the switch. >> same old christmas decorations?
>> reporter: star shower sold for $39.99 and sold out almost everywhere. >> just plug it in, and you'll have thousands of colorful stars everywhere. >> reporter: the company brags it saves 99% on electricities. no ladders, tangled wires, or burned out bulbs. it may come with strings attached. an american airlines pilot over dallas claimed a laser struck his 737. dallas police tracked it to a holiday light display. the same thing happened to a pilot in california. the faa is issuing a new warning about the holiday lasers. a stray laser can blind a pilot. >> you have flash blindness, which is exactly what it sounds like, and it can cause anything from a mild distraction to an inca pass tigs of the pilot resulting in the aircraft crashing.
easy decorative piece to put up. we put it up the day after thanksgiving. >> reporter: jen parker bought star shower for her home just two miles from the philly airport. >> did make sure it was positioned correctly on our house. >> reporter: there is a warning on the website and the packaging, not to project the lights within the flight of an aircraft. star shower told nbc news its products are compliant with all regulations and consumer safety standards and added each beam emitted is much lower in power than a laser pointer. laser strikes have been a growing problem. so far this year pilots have reported some 6,600 strikes, almost twice as many in all of 2014. >> don't look at it. >> reporter: like this bright green laser that lit up an nbc helicopter over new york. >> hitting us now. don't look. >> reporter: laser strikes a nightly problem in cities across the country. now, holiday lights adding to a growing danger in the sky. >> police determined that both of the incidents involving laser
innocent mistakes, but intentionally pointing a laser at a plane is, as we've said, a felony. punishable by up to 20 years in prison and $250,000 fine. guys, back to you. >> tom costello. tom, thanks so much. al, you promised us record heat? >> that is right. it is coming, and it is going to hang around, really, right through the weekend, for a good portion of the country. big dome of high pressure dominating, bringing that clock-wise flow of air up into the senty of the country all the way to the east. d.c., 12 degrees above normal at 62. tallahassee, 77. memphis, high of almost 70. 15 degrees above normal. friday, new york city, we're going to be 17 degrees above normal. these are march-like temperatures. greenville, 70. new orleans, 79 degrees. look ahead to saturday, we see temperatures anywhere from 10 to 25 degrees above normal. and on sunday, more of the same. so the heat continues. it's going to be a great weekend
you're going to be out there in shorts having a great time. >> that's your latest weather. big sales on winter coats coming up. >> oh, my gosh. >> tough time for retailers. >> it really is. >> al, thank you. coming up next, the uncertain future of the country's highest paid female ceo. is yahoo! ice marissa mayer on the hot seat as the new pioneer is dealt a new blow?
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we're back now. 7:42. big changes coming to the struggling internet giant yahoo! >> yahoo!'s board will take its core business, an internet search engine, e-mail and other digital content, and create a newly listed company. that has many wondering about the future of its ceo marissa mayer. >> there's always new frontiers to explore. >> reporter: yahoo! ceo marissa mayer in the hot seat, defending the tech giant's decision to spin off into two separate companies. >> do you agree with the board's decision? >> absolutely. it was a unanimous decision at the board level. >> reporter: rumors about yahoo! have been swirling for months. now, new questions about mayer's role in its future. yahoo!'s chairman says the board still has faith in her. >> i've never met anybody that
cares more. >> reporter: under her leadership, yahoo! has gone after businesses large and small, acquiring over 20 companies. bringing big names, such as katie couric, even spending $1.1 billion on tumblr. the web pioneer, one of the earlier web icons -- >> yahoo! >> reporter: -- the struggling against competitors like facebook. >> the problems are bigger than a handful of entrepreneurs are help solve. >> reporter: mayer first launched into the spotlight three years ago, taking over as chief executive when she was seven months pregnant, making headlines for taking a short maternity leave. while hoping to revitalize yahoo!. at the time, appearing on "today." >> i've had a ton of fun coming into the company. there's a lot of great people there. there's great ideas. >> reporter: now pregnant with twins, mayer says she will be taking another short leave.
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whohoo. whohoo. >> thursday, december 2nd, 2015. we are smack dab in the holiday season and which have a great crowd enjoys the warm and toasty temperatures out here on our lobby. it's absolutely beautiful. can i comment on our throwback thursday? >> da, da, da. >> 1980s, the police. >> look at this. >> amy poehler, we're not worthy. look at her. she brought that flowers for us. thank you, amy. we will check in with her. >> that's right. hey, everybody is looking for that. >> oh, that's nice. >> we love it. >> you are looking for hot stuff here. >> isn't it carmel? >> oh, that's right.
so holiday cheer, don't miss michael buble in hollywood. he has great people, blake shelt on, others. catch him right here on nbc. >> that's good. >> now. >> my treat. >> you have a check of the top stories? >> good morning. once again, investigators have uncovered disturbing new details about the couple that carried out last week's terrorist attacks in san bernardino. they say the killers may have considered other targets if southern california, including a university or a public area. gunman syed farook had pictures of a high school on his cell phone, he worked there as a food inspector. they say three years ago he may have talked to a childhood friend about staging an attack in los angeles. this friend is the one that first bought the assault rifles used in san bernardino.
morning, he had postponed his trip to see the prime minister netanyahu. the israeli leader is among those at home and abroad wrote criticized the proposal to bar muslims from entering the u.s. meanwhile, trump hinted wednesday night he mate pursue a third party bid for president if the republican establishment doesn't treat him with the respect he deserves as front runner, as he says. >> well, the head of the chipotle company is spaeking out ability a fewer ro virus on the heels of a norovirus in the united states. the founder told matt, the problems have resulted in a new commitment to its chipotle customers. >> this was a very unfortunate incident. i'm deeply sorry this happened. but the procedures we are
above industry norms that we are going to be the safest place to eat. >> chipotle took a financial hilt i hit, warning investors of a double digit drop in same store sales in the fourth quarter. fanilies were forced out of their homes after a tanker truck exploded on a highway in alabama t. driver smelled it before the explosion and was able to get out safely and called 911. a very close call caught on camera when part of a roof collapsed on to a busy sidewalk in west london. pedestrians were showered with debris, but fortunately, nobody was seriously hurt, builden inspectors are blaming a high collapse. it came down to two, two seconds remaining.
missed foul shot and keys up. he grabs 3 points and the victory. he says beating the buzzer beater was a combination of instinct and luck. he's the big man on campus today. >> man, oh, man. >> natalie, thank you. now, a scientific break through unleashing a lot of war. these are the first envyinvitro puppies. >> they are also the talk of the veterinary world. they're five-month-old. we're just meeting them because the research used to pri them to life is just being released. this morning, we're getting our first look at the litter. >> reporter: cute, cuddly, cutting edge.
by invitro fertilization, human couples used it since the 1970s t. seven puppy, three females, four males were born four months ago after researchers as cornual transferred nanny embryos into a host female. >> which chose them, they're a model for many species. so perfecting invitro first time leadsation, this is the starting place to use for other species. >> reporter: the thinking is that a similar process could one day be used to help breeding programs for endangered species. it's not just animals that could benefit, according to researchers. >> it gives us several opportunities for dogs. >> that can give us information as well. there is over 350 genetic diseases known in dogs that have direct similaritys to diseases in people. >> reporter: while it does show promise.
researchers argue their work actually advances both the health and future of animals. >> we take a spike in invitro fertilization for breeding purposes for species to some day return them to the would, not only saving them. >> reporter: but for now the focus is on these little guys. the true measure of success will come with age. so this entire process has been in the work for decades. they say it's tough the reproduction system is difficult in humans and animals. researchers told us they have all been adopted. one will be a female for further research. we are told they're very happy and healthy this morning. starting with their new found fame. >> thank you. >> coming up next, you do not have to pay for it, the airline
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it's time to trend, guys. >> the airlines should be honest, united is trying to make the skies a little friendlier. the airlines announced it is bringing back snacks and free coax no less. that i are updating the seats. look at this one. >> ooh. >> it's a dutch treat. >> great for someone who is dutch. dutch. >> it warms your coffee cup. >> soy nuts, pretzel sticks.
airlines will follow suit. >> you are totally making this up? >> oh, god, no. >> all right. how about the 30s, you lived through your 30s, what was the period like? good times? >> yeah. lots of kids. good stuff. >> it can be a little awkward. it's the transitional decade between the wild 20s and the more settled 40s. well, can "independent" newspaper came up with interesting lists of the mistakes people tend to make in their 30s. one, they don't spend enough time with their aging parents is a good one. do you think you have to be completely ready to start a family? >> yes. >> and a lot of people in their 30s think it's time to stop having fun. >> really? >> that's the trend. >> one of my biggest impressions in life. in my 30s, i felt really old.
i was constantly referring. now i'm like, oh my go, i was only 35. >> a lot of people tend to get serious in their 30s, okay, my career has taken off i have to concentrate. i have to get serious. >> or your friends are married. >> yes. >> i know. i would tell my 30-year-old self, don't sweat it. >> i would say get more help. enjoy. >> all right. have you ever tried to talk to somebody looking at their smartphone. it seems like they can't hear you, right? they can't. a new research says the university of science london call this inattentional deafness. they say a person texting and e-mailing really can't hear you because hearing and vision are controlled by the same parts of the brain,ner, it's hard for us to multi-task. >> i am thinking about it in my
my kids do this all the time. i'm telling them something. >> all right. ever have someone show you something, it's one of those things, you fall back laughing. check this out. here's a magic trick that had one orangutan in his terrics. zoo. this man on the right performed slight of hand with a chusnut and a cup. the chestnut seemed to vanish. he showed the orangutan nothing is left inside. watch what happens. . >> that's so cute. >> oh my gosh! >> he flips over. >> that one gets me every time. >> what i love is also they say the animal is on the right.
>> now to madonna's move, and first lady michelle obama like you never heard her before. >> first, madonna, a special tribute to the lives lost there in the recent terrorist attacks. >> madonna there with her ten-year-old son david and singing john lennon's "imagine" as well as her own song. she says the impromptu show is proving there is more goodness in this world. the "voice" singing competition ends next week. so will your front row seats and the hottest couple gwen and make him next area, christina returns. in an interview, blake offers a good solution. >> i think gwen will be on the showch why can't we have a fifth host?
is this. >> i hope for that. >> will you hope? >> i wonder. it's the combination, the chemistry. >> so, gwen thinks she'll miss all of her fellow coaches equally. by the way, "the voice" finale kicks off on monday on abc. first lady michelle obama raping for a good cause. take a listen south side, chicago, we all know we head to overtime make it tomorrow hey, kids, i can see you >> dropped the mic officially. mrs. opalm was the favorite on "snl" and the people over at college. this is incredible. all a part of a new education initiative called better make room. i think she's still on "snl" after they wrap up the party.
speaking of the first lady, she and the president are sharing the movie pick in the latest "people" magazine. they went the matt damon's sci-fi thriller "the monster" and the ladies went inside out. a heart felt point of view led by none any amy poehler. amy is standing by. what do you think about it, amy? >> i knew she was a demon. >> i'd lime to sea amy poehler and michelle obama rapble. >> any time. >> and throwing vice president wide an trifecta. >> thank you very much, amy. there's your topic. >> tam ronron, thank you very much. >> it's been quiet as far as severe weather. >> that will be changing as we get into this weekend. we got a lot of moisture out of the gulf. a jet stream coming across.
snowstorm behind it in the rockies. >> that will dump a decent amount of snow, up to a foot or more. storm shifts. heavy rain from the mid-wet into the gulf. look at these rainfall amounts. first of all, a risk of severe storms on saturday, 23 million people at risk. possibility of tornadoes. rainfall amounts anywhere from three to five inches stretching . >> and that's your latest
savannah. al, thank you the comedy treatment deem in the highly anticipated movie "sisters." take a look. >> that's good news. i don't know what i sound like that. >> okay. i'm half signing. no i'm not. that was a lie. so, i'm just going to casually george jefferson my way out of here. to you. i'm going to ease on down the road and rerun it to the car. okay. good-bye. >> oh. >> amy, good morning. >> thank you. good morning. >> i don't think i can even repeat right here on tv my favorite line from the movie. butture safe word is? >> oh, yeah, there are two food moments in the movie. we kind of let loose a little bit. >> i remember about a year ago reading in the tabloids, amy had a movie. there was all this buzz.
anticipation and excitement for you. >> that's so great. we're coming out against a film friday, by a first time director. i'd love everybody to give him a chance. >> well, good luck. to that little film. so you and your sisters play sisters. >> we play our age, we were in our 40s. we were we were fulfilling our childhood home. they decide to have one big giant blowout party smr it's funny. we remember from baby mama, you were the lunatic. she was the straight laced one. now the roles are reversed. when you start out as the straight laced one, she's the one that kind of is forcing that. >> we kind of start out that way. we cross in the middle. then go a little crazy. my character starts to go bananas. her character realizes she has to keep it together. >> i think we're the same age. thank you for the ''80s
walking down the ''80s memory lane i wanted to get a banana clip. >> there is a lot. they cleaned out the childhood bedroom, i got posters of michael j. fox and et. >> were you a bookworm? >> i was a good student. a good kid. >> there you are. you had those long bangs i wanted oh so bad. >> that took a long time. gosh, it was a tough time in the ''80s. >> it was for all of us. >> yeah, what was i thinking? >> you look raeply kult. >> i don't, thank you, ho, so much for saying that. but i was a late bloomer, which i would recommend to anybody. >> you don't want to peak in high school. >> when you get most popular, it's all downhill from there. >> exactly. can we talk about how great you are? >> then you have a hollywood star on the walk of fame. >> i do. >> you were there with your
my parents are there. my family was there. it's something i never even imagined. i never lived in california growing up, i never knew anybody that was an actor, ob included in that fine company. >> have you visited your star recently? >> i have been. my kids like, they laid down on it. they're my parents. i'm so happy. but, yes, i love my rudolph and rashida jones joining me. it was great. >> you are nom nalted for a gram my. >> yes. >> for the book. you are up against jimmy carter, though? >> yes, once again, down to me and jimmy. if i win, i will bestow it to jimmy and his honor. but it's fine company, patty smith, this is, you know, as usual. >> of course, we all love so much has been written and said
you will go back to "snl," you are co-hosting december 19th. i'm tying. i can't wait. >> it's always fun to host the christmas show. here in new york city, it's such a special time. bruce springstein is a guest. it will be exciting. >> can you reprise your role as hillary clinton? >> you don't get to take your great impressions with you. the great kate mackinnon does an amazing hillary. i have to say, that's not my choice anymore to be able to decide that. >> wait a minute, are you ruling out another impression of hillary clinton, amy? >> i'll not ready to answer that question yes. i'm not saying yes or no. all i'm saying is i can't emphasize enough how little i to the about it. >> we are so. >> december 19th. you'll do it december 18th.
prepared for this interview? >> absolutely not. >> are you saying i didn't watch the movie? >> did you watch the movie? >> look. we caught her. >>. . no. >> amy poehler. thanks so much. thanks for coming back for hoda and kathie lee. tina fey will be here. i'm looking at the wrong camera. hello, amy made me nervous. december 8th. you know it's not that easy, the red light is on. >> it is the last thing so not easy. >> it's a very, very hard hard wiring a. >> candidates. >> you don't know. >> coming up. this morning's golden globe
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heart disease. asthma. diabetes. 7 out of 10 americans take prescription drugs. but in the last 7 years drugs prices have doubled. hillary's going to take on the drug companies. require medicare to negotiate lower drug prices. let people buy their prescription drugs from countries like canada at half the price. and cap monthly prescription costs for every american. the drug companies have been over charging long enough. it's time to fight back. i'm hillary clinton
[ music playing ] [ music playing ] >> we're back now 8:30 on a thursday morning. 10th day of december, 2015. >> that means these nice people have 14 shopping days left until christmas. it's so nice to see you. it's a really nice and breezy and warm. >> coming up, the best tv episodes of the performance of 2015. we will break down the golden globe nominations. >> train stops by to perform holiday music from the first ever christmas music. >> we have more to get to. mr. coker, why don't we start with a check of the record? >> friday, we're looking at snow making its way through the northern plains. out west, record highs from texas into the mid-atlantic states.
we have a slight risk, texas on into the mid-mississippi valley. snow through the plains, through the rockies. sunday, sunday, record highs along the eastern seaboard, the storms in the east mississippi river valley. a mess out west t. rockies, the cascades and the sierra, with rain as you make your way int . >> that's the latest weather, guys.
more on our special series the women of silicon valley. these women are changing the face of american innovation. >> natalie is introducing us this morning to a woman that helps other women create theirs. >> you can't talk about the powerful women of silicon valley without mentioning jessica herrin. she is now the founder and ceo of social company stella & dot. they have a mission to empower all women. >> so do you want eggs and ham? >> you understand jessica herrin's business approach, it's important to see where she's coming from. >> you look beautiful today. >> she's a wife, a mother of two, and co-founder of a multi-million dollar company. roles that for herrin go hand-in-hand. >> i always think how old stella is based on how old she is. she's 12 this month. she was in my belly for the first shows. it was when i became a mother i
ambitious as i always had been with my career. >> like most entrepreneurs, they start with a product and build their needs around customers. she came up with a booming jewelry and accessory business, stella & dot, with her future employees in mind. >> it was flexibility at first. two many women are sidelined by flexible jobs. modernizeing work at home opportunities look like, we are giving women the ability to take control of their lives. >> stella & dot has recently expanded to include a family of brands, keep collectives is a jewelry line, ever is all about skin care. independent business owners use parties, social media and online stores to sell their product. >> in all of our businesses, we offer a business in a box. that means people can sign up,
instantly get a commerce website, local apps and products they can sell. >> is it a sort of a pyramid structure? you hair about pyramid businesses? >> the stella & dot works like any fortune 500 company. there is a sales manager and a team t. success of the sales manager is based on the overall sales. most of it is helping them earn commissions. they can become a sales leader and empower other people to sell the product as well. there are many executives saying women should be leaning in, going all in when it comes to their careers. how do you think fining a waiver when it pulls back and work part time is helping in their cause? do you see women dropping out in their children years, they are working a balance. our mission is very specifically addressing the flexibility issue.
they're working on their own terms. that way they don't have to take one for the team of women. they continue to lean in, if they lean in and fall over, that will not create happiness in their lives. >> altogether the company employs over 50,000 business owners in six countries. they've paid out more than $300 million in commission. like parents, the co-founder is also a mom. >> i will leave work, go home, spend time with my kid, eat dinner with them, spend quality time with them. i get back online at night t. great thing of working in this environment with this mission is that you don't feel guilty. >> guilt, both women point out, is the enemy of creativity and happy inside. >> do you think you can have it all truly? smr you should not pursue having it all. you should pursue what matters most. being able to know what matters to you and then choosing that is what lets you live with authenticity and intention if your life.
>> i just want to get ahead of the september capsule, moving into spring. >> herrin is living her dream by helping other women design theirs. >> i think people will love this. >> a lot of smart women behind that brand and, yeah, you can see, it's really made a difference for their employees. coming up next, we go to the
america, please get us started. >> good morning, best performance by an actor in a television series music am or samberg -- azis unsari, master of men. mozart in the jungle, rob lowe the grinder. patrick stewart, talk. jeffrey tambor" transparent." best performance by an act tres in a television series drama. kate rioni, "outlander," i haveola davis, "how to get away with murder." a have a 14," penney dreadful" robin wright, "house of cards." pest motion picture music am or samberg.
martian," "spy," "train wreck." >> best television series drama. "empire," fox. ""game of thrones,"" hbo. q. mrs. robot," usa network. "outlander," stars. best motion picture for a samberg. christian vail, "the big short." steve carrell, "the big short." matt damon, "the martian" mark ruffalo --. best direct roaror, pokes picture. tom hanks, carrelevant. alejandro
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max" ridley scott, "the martian." >> best performance by an actor in a television series drama. john hamm, "mad men. request itself. rami malik," mr. robot. >> bob odenkirk, "better call
call u saul. >> best performance by anable tres in a supporting role in any position picture. jane fonda "youth," jennifer jason leigh, the hateful 18. helen mirren "trom bo" aliceia -- ace maka, kate winslet, "steve jobs. .
>> io albadawl, "beast of no nation" michael shannon, "99 homes." sylvester stallone "creed." best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama, brian cranston "trumbo" leonardo di cap priia "the ref nant" eddie redmayne, the danish gir, "will smith, can the concussion." thank you. >> best performance by an act tres for the position picture musical orcomedy.
mccarthy" spy," amy schumer "train wreck. >> maggie smith, "the lady in the van. >> and lily tomlin in "grandma." best performance by an act tres in a motion picture drama cate blanchett, "carol." bree larsson "broom. >> bruni mara "carol." >> aliceia vicander "the danish girl." >> and best motion picture drama. "carol," "mad max," "furry
and "spotlight." >> congratulations to our nominees. and please join us on sunday for hollywood's biggest celebration. the 73rd annual golden globe awards hosted by ricky gervais live on nbc. >> here to break it all down with us, the front runners on sister company fandango. good morning. >> good morning. >> we love listening to you, you go, wow. >> i'm so predictable. >> what is your wows today? >> a big wow is the showing for can the carol." i now it would do well. runi mara is campaigned in the sporting category. at the golden globes, they thought she was a leading actress. alicia vicander, a rising star, put in the best nomination. she did get spo supporting nominations.
omission, johnny depp not getting a tom nation. >> i to the johnny depp was so great in "whitey bulger." that movie got completely blanked. another surprise for me was the strong showing for "mad max furry road." >> i was going to ask you about that. >> this film came out this summer. it was a block blustery awards. >> "the big short" also has some momentuming doesn't it? >> it's helpful with a separate samberg categories. that was best picture and two best actors for vision vail and steve carrel. it's about the banks and the housing markets. i guarantee it's very entertaining. >> anything jump out on the television category, best actor, things like that? >> earlier this morning, they
first this is "today" on heart disease. asthma. diabetes. 7 out of 10 americans take prescription drugs. but in the last 7 years drugs prices have doubled. hillary's going to take on the drug companies. require medicare to negotiate lower drug prices. let people buy their prescripon dru fro untrielike canadat halfhe pce. and p monthly prcription cts for every american. the drug companies have been over charging long enough. it's time to fight back. i'm hillary clinton
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album? >> it is in june. but, yeah, it was a lot of fun to do. >> was it hard to pick the songs that would make the final cut? >> i've wanted to make a christmas album forever because i love it so much. we had too many songs. it was easy and fun. >> do you have one all-time favorite? >> i think "this christmas" is always going to be my favorite. >> do you have any special plans for the holidays? >> i'm just going to hang out and then go to kona and hang out in hawaii. i've never done it. >> kona, tahoe, either one. >> either way. >> train, take it away. >> thanks. are you hanging up a stocking on your wall it's the time that every santa
does he ride a red nosed reindeer does
he turn up on his sleigh do the fairies keep him sober for the day so here it is merry christmas, everybody's having fun look to the future now, it's only just begun are you waiting for the family to arrive are you sure you got the room to spare inside does your granny always tell you that the old songs are the best then she's up and rock and
so here it is merry christmas, everybody's having fun look to the future now, it's only just begun what will your daddy do when he sees your mama kissing santa claus are you hanging up a stocking on your wall are you hoping that the snow will start to fall do you ride on down the hillside in a buggy you have made when you land upon your head
so here it is merry christmas, everybody's having fun look to the future now, it's only just begun so here it is merry christmas, everybody's having fun look to the future now, it's only just begun so here it is merry christmas, everybody's having fun look to the future now, it's only just begun [ applause ]
>> i got your back, girl. yay! i got nominated. >> you are awesome. does it feel great? i mean, are you calling old high schoolboy boyfriends? >> it feels good and i'm proud of what i accomplished. really, it is more about the revenge. i want to thank the hollywood foreign press, but more than that, there are people i want to say no thank you to. how much time do we have left on the show? >> not enough for you to trash people. are you going to start to write the speech now, or is that a jinx? >> i would practice it right now. i want to say -- matt, hello? you guys, we did this together. the three of us, this is ours. >> you know what i was thinking, "trainwreck 2," and we are available for a cameo. >> well, we'll look at your
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take," the golden globe nominations are in. which of your favorite shows and stars made the cut? a girl asked sanity to bringta to bring her daddy home for christmas. we go one on one with country legend dolly parton. all that and more now. announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." it's thursday morning, december 10th, 2015. i hope your day is off to a good start. i'm willie with al, natalie and tamron. classic one this morning, natalie. >> 15 days to go. counting down, so i figured, let's lay it on now. right? we have the tree behind us, great christmas holiday crowd on the
plaza. here you go. my little christmas song for you. >> brenda lee bringing it this morning. very nice. we have breaking news, hot off
>> golden globe nominations. >> here's an interesting thing, i think for the first time in the history of the golden globes, if you watched broadcast network television, you didn't see a golden globe nominated tv series comedy. best tv series, "casual" in hulu.
"orange is the new black," netflix netflix. "silicon valley," hbo. "veep" and "transparent." also, by the way, for best comedy actor, jeffrey tambor, our good friend who is on the -- is not on the phone? >> he's going to call us though because he watches the show every morning. jeffrey, call us. >> jeffrey, call us. i'm sorry. i thought he was on the phone. >> we're trying to get him on the phone. >> we've got, let's see -- >> best motion picture drama.
having a big season. "mad max fury road." >> they're saying this was a surprise for this category, because it was a blockbuster. it is incredible. >> i've got to see it. i have yet to see it. >> i'll tell you what, it's quietly been winning some of these smaller awards in the lead up to the golden globes and oscar. best picture awards. >> "spotlight." >> amazing. >> doing really well. "revenant" with leonardo addyly ly dicaprio. >> brie larson has been on our show a couple times. "room "room" is another one, a lot of people haven't seen it, but it is intense. brie larson is incredible in that role. >> best picture comedy musical. "the big short," "joy," "the martian." >> i don't know if that's a comedy. >> didn't laugh much in it. >> no. >> "spy."
>> "trainwreck." >> melissa mccarthy, amy schumer, queens of comedy. >> the two of them should share it. >> "spy" was so good. >> if you want to get happy this weekend, put the tree up or finish the tree, put in "spy." the scene of her on the vespa. >> people have a lot of tv/movie watching to do after this list came out. >> i saw "trumbo." it was terrific. everybody is talking about leonardo dicaprio in "the revenant." also, eddie redmayne. >> "the revenant" isn't out in theaters yet. >> somebody saw it. >> will smith back on the scene. >> michael fassbender, "steve jobs." >> best actor nods in dramas. let's look at best actress, too.
actress in drama. cate blanchett for "carol." brie larson in "room." rooney mara, also in "carol." two in the same category. >> apparently, according to earlier, the golden globe folks changed this to be listed as best actress. >> you had her own earlier a couple weeks ago. ronan in "brooklyn," apparently, incredible actress. >> one of the most charming people we've ever had on the show. >> heart her. she is great. we loved her. >> vikander from "the danish girl." >> tv series. "empire," "game of thrones," "mr. robot," "outlander," "narcos." you can go on a marathon with "narcos." it's why they developed the
it's brilliant. it's a tough one, but i'll go with "narcos." >> "empire" is nominated for a lot of stuff. >> phenomenal. pablo was nominated for best actor in a tv series drama. >> best tv series, comedy or drama. "casual," "orange is the new black," "transparent," "amsilicone valley." incredible. >> i'll bring up one thing. this is important to me. the best supporting actor drama. sylvester stallone was nominated for "creed." there was an audible gasp. i believe he's going to be the favorite. the sentimental favorite, the heart string favorite, and he was phenomenal in "creed." >> i was surprised by how good
i kind of thought, going back to "rocky "rocky," but it was terrific. >> we've seen stallone in the action movies, but this was a great drama. >> we're working on getting the nominees on the phone. as soon as they call in -- >> jeffrey, call us. >> john hamm, best actor in a tv drama. >> well deserved, absolutely. >> as we wait for our friends to call us, hollywood. >> nobody calls us, does that mean we have no friends? >> we have friends and we have friends in the military. willie geist last night hosting the armed forces gala and gold medal dipper.nner. tell us about it. >> it's great. the uso loves you, al, and they love you. you did the show with jay leno last year. it's a great event.
former joint chiefs of staff, you have medal of honor recipients, jack jacobs, and all the men andveterans, as well. there was a moment, i'm wearing this bracelet today, i don't know if you can see it, i think we have a picture of it, as well. army specialist carlos gonzalez, 101st airborne, killed in 2006 while serving in iraq. left behind a wife and 1-year-old daughter. his mother came up to me last night and said, it's been almost ten years since i lost my son. it's still hard to wake up in the morning, hard to get out of bed, but, she said, when you me a smile. up. i have to tell you, natalie, her natalie. all she wanted to talk about. >> i love you, ms. gonzalez. >> we loves you all, too. it was moving to hear her say, sometimes i wake up and i can't believe it's still real that i don't have my son, but you allow me to smile a little bit, especially when dark natalie
we love you back. thank you. >> i'll bring it back a little more for her. >> maybe you can call her. >> call her as dark natalie, surprise her. well, she's watching so we can't surprise. give her our love. >> i have to share this video. men and women fighting for the country, and a lot won't be home for the holidays. one soldier, trent, went to make his homecoming special, wanted to do it for his family, especially for his two daughters. he enlisted santa. older daughter told santa she wanted her daddy home for christmas. here's what happened next. >> when i say the magic words, you open your eyes, okay? open your eyes. >> daddy! [ applause ]
>> that is the best. >> trent baskerville. thank you for bringing that us. i had to watch it a couple times in my office to get the emotions out so we could do it on tv. >> so beautiful. >> here's an incredible -- i mean, we love high school athletics. a lot of us played. you played high school basketball. >> sure. >> have you seen a shot like this? done a shot like this? >> not even close. >> this is a game-winning shot like you haven't seen. out of austin high school in austin, minnesota. less than two seconds on the clock. om oman gets the rebound to nail that. three points puts them over to win. they defeated northfield high school. congrats to oman oman. >> oh, man, oh, man! >> half of the room are stunned, in their seats, can't move. >> you can take that shot a
>> i think we have brie larson on the phone right now, nominated for "room." are you on with us? >> we have to pay our bill. >> we have no friends. >> maybe not. >> we have friends. >> i'm going to go do the weather and maybe somebody will call. >> call us if you're a friend of ours. call. >> ms. gonzalez, call us. >> we're looking at this storm system. another system coming into the pacific northwest. next three days, there's a storm behind that. look at the rainfall along the oregon-california coast. we're looking at runoff from the rain. some areas may pick up 7 inches or more. mudslides and debris flow possible. we'll be watching that. the really good news is we're going to see a ton of snow in the sierra and the cascades. especially in the sierra. that will help the snow pact as we get into next spring, as well. on the other hand, we've got on saturday, 23 million people at
globes nominations for "jane the virgin" on the cw. >> thank you. i love you guys. >> she rapped with us and salsaed with with us. >> her speech last year had us in tears. >> it
was beautiful. >> to be honest, i couldn't have asked for more. i really am driving to work right now, just so super thankful. i'm going to make sure i work my tush off today, to not make it for nothing. pretty exciting. i'm shaking, so i'm trying to keep my hands on the steering wheel. >> you're driving and talking to us. >> gina, how did you hear about it? >> hands free, of course. i promise. gina? >> well, i had a 6:00 a.m. call this morning. i was up at about 5:15. my best friend was sleeping over at my house to keep my company, actually sleep. she was in the living room
bring myself to walk over. i started pouring myself coffee. then they called my name, and i pretty much dropped to the kitchen floor and started crying. it was kind of ridiculous and amazing. yeah, i heard from afar, from the kitchen to the living room. >> you won last year, and you're there again at the big dance. congratulations. >> got to start working on the speech again. >> thank you for your support. >> we'll see you. >> bye, gina. >> we also have brie larson on the phone, i'm told. we just mentioned, nominated for best actress for the "room." congratulations. >> what the heck, you guys? >> come on, you were expecting this. i mean, that performance was -- and you were here on the show to talk about that movie. it is absolutely phenomenal. it's a movie that is so emotionally wrenching. how does it feel, to be a nominee now? >> i can't even figure this
i mean, i'm in hawaii right now so i had to get up at 3:00 a.m. i was sitting in between my parents, and i still can't tell if this is a dream or not. i had a realistic dream yesterday, where i ate a whole bag of chips. >> you deserve the bag of chips. and the range here, you have your nomination for "room" and the movie you were in, one of the funniest of the year, "trainwreck." you talk about the range of your life. we said when you visited us, this was your year. does it feel as special, even though it's surreal? >> it feels so special. i mean, this is beyond anything i could have ever imagined. to be able to be nominated myself, but also know i'm surrounded by so many people i love. i have so many wonderful people i know that are nominated. to have "trainwreck" nominated and know that judd and amy will be at a nearby table, it's awesome. it's amazing.
for you, and we have a feeling this is the beginning of the good news this award season. brie larson, thanks for being us early. go back to bed in hawaii. >> enjoy. >> hello. ahola. >> thanks a lot. back with more, including usher, right after when we're making mashed potatoes, and add a packet of hidden valley original ranch. it becomes the first thing they reach for. ranch mashed potatoes.
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tools you need to be great as a performer. this is the art of performance, all wrapped in a master class. you guys can go to master class.com and learn about what it is to be a master. >> i love the concept. not just now, but you have serena williams, james patterson teaching writing. a lot of masters. >> dustin hoffman, as well. >> acting. >> think about it, in journalism, you wanted to learn what it was, what were the tricks of the trade. you have to look at television and figure out what it is. to have it spelled out for you right there, i mean, so many people think they know what it takes to be an entertainer, but i'm showing you exactly what it takes. >> anyone can -- lucy, willie's daughter, is a hip hop princess, ready to be the queen, can she -- >> she takes hip hop dance and loves usher, or as we call him, usher. what is she going to see? >> there's a chapter on dance,
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nominated for best actor in a comedy musical for "transparent." congratulations, sir. >> hi. thank you. congratulations is great. i have to get something off my chest. >> yes. >> i was so excited, and we had such a good time, that i accidentally -- and i'm looking at it right now -- i accidentally stole a "today" cup. >> mug? >> it's okay. >> confession. >> it's our present to you as a congratulations. we knew, we felt you'd be nominated. it was our gift to you already. >> i'm sorry. >> we will always fill your cup for you. >> it's getting a lot of money on ebay. >> jeff, you won last year. how does it feel this time around? >> you know, it's so wonderful. i'm so honored. the hollywood foreign press has been so supportive. they've -- they're so cool. then to nominate the show, it's
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>> that's your latest weather. willie? singer, song writer, business mogul dolly parton is a legend. growing up with 11 brothers and sisters in the hills of tennessee, she never forgets her roots. tonight, "coat of many colors" premieres on nbc. i went down to dolly's resort in pigeon forge, tennessee, to pay dolly a visit. got no money but we're rich in love >> reporter: set in 1955, "coat of many colors" introduces us to dolly parton, living in a small home in rural tennessee, long before the platinum records and the rhinestones. >> what do you remember about a
didn't have a lot, but you had a lot of love and brothers and sisters. >> we did. >> you had a mom and dad with >> that was enough. we didn't always make jokes and say, we didn't know we were poor until a smartal alal allic told us we didn't have much. we had what mattered. >> reporter: her parents are played by jennifer nettles and rick schroeder. >> you're as beautiful to me today as the first time i saw you. >> what does your mom and dad make of your rise? here's the little girl they knew, singing on the front porch to her corn cob doll, and you become this huge star. what do they think? >> i don't think mama was that surprised. she saw it in me. she thought, if smib isanybody is going to do what they say, it's going to be her. i was determined. mama helped make little clothes and stuff. when i got to be a teenager, i wanted to wore clothes, push them together and up.
your daddy. >> she did it for you? >> she did. i used to steal the shoulder pads out of my grandma's winter coat to make me a push-up bra. my grandma would say, where is my shoulder pads? i don't know. >> reporter: it's that charm and sass that people love about dolly parton. well, that and the music. including one of her biggest hits, which i confessed to dolly, i had attempted to perform myself in public, on national tv. >> dolly, i have a little -- i don't know if i'm going to call it a treat, or might be -- you might think it's something other than a treat. this is on jimmy fallon's lip sync battle show. they let me choose a song, and here's the one i chose. pour myself a cup >> they didn't give me the costume.
look at the chorus though. getting by >> for the record -- >> that was really good. >> thank you. i hit all of the notes. >> you sound like dolly. >> that's the idea. >> that's cute. >> i won, thanks so you. >> did you? >> i have to thank you, dolly. >> reporter: i think we all can agree, it's best to leave the performing to dolly, whose first album came out in 1967. >> her it is, dolly. your career in one place. >> i know. there's about 72 album covers, i think, on this wall. >> reporter: dolly will turn 70 next year, but she's already making plans for her 100 birthday. sealing a capsule full of dolly parton artifacts to be opened 30 years down the road. >> what we're going to put in this is little pieces from my childhood. where i used to sing with a tin can, microphone, and a song i wrote this year called "my place in history."
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>> casey's crash was in 2009. it was broad daylight. she had had a summer job in ocean city on the board walk. she was walking in a crosswalk, was three quarters of the way across the intersection, when a driver blew through the stop sign and literally ran her over. he claims he'd never seen her. she was conscious after she was run over. she was able to speak with the emergency responders, and the first thing that she said when they asked her how the accident occurred, she said, "i want my mom." >> i was shocked. i was angry. i think that then, of course, it led into grief,. although it's been six years, it's just really, really hard
>> beside being a young woman who was so full of life, she was also just a lot of fun and had a great sense of humor, and she was a person everybody wanted to be around. >> i go to weddings now, and they're as painful as you can imagine. seeing the dad walk down the aisle, or the first dance with his daughter. knowing that'll never happen. we started end distracted driving, eand the mission is to educate the public about distracted driving. it's the holiday season. a gift every parent can think about giving their parent is be the driver you want your teen to be. model safe driving. what i like people to remember is we have the power through our driving to take life, but we also have the power to safe lives. i want people to look at that pretty face, to learn about casey, but i also want them to
pictures we have of casey, they show an unlimited future. an unlimited potential. it was taken away in just a few seconds. >> our thanks to casey's parents. diane anderson and joel feldman for sharing that story with us. >> jennifer jolly is here with strategies to prevent distracted driving. as more people hit the road during holiday season. good morning. >> good morning. >> sadly, we hear so many stories like caseys and we're scasey's and we're trying to prevent that. there's technology that help with this problem. drive mode app from at&t. a lot of the carriers are putting into place these apps. >> all the major carriers have some system in place to save us from ourselves. at&t's drive mode, you download that app, and as soon as you do, the minute you get in your car,
hour, the message pops up. it can wait. it blocks incoming texts and the folks sending you a text will get a message on their screen. you can make it so you can still dial emergency contacts, stream your music or access navigate apps. they'll get an auto reply. i'm driving, i can't talk now. verizon has something similar. set the message in the settings inside your phone. you don't download an app. you can customize the message that goes out. hey, i'm driving. i can't talk right now. >> so smart. i want to ask you about this i've never seen one. what does it do? >> incredible device. it's the most robust system i've stumbled across when it comes to locking down phones if you're driving a car. you stick this device just understood beneath your rear-view mirror. similar to an easy pass or fast pass where i'm from. a message pops up on to your mode. we can show you this here.
it locks it down. cell control, the sensors in this device, this is a solar powered device, it knows if you're in the driver's seat. you cannot get phone calls, can't go on social media. you can't do anything with your phone. you can hand it off to a passenger or someone in the backseat. they can still do it. >> brilliant. >> this is amazing. $130. they also have a report card where you can see how their teens are doing. it's amazing. >> drive id, look that up. >> jennifer, great ideas. we're back after this. human maintenance guy would actually be exactly what i am. i got to hang a picture. it may not seem like much, but to that resident it was the best thing in the world. it's amazing to me because it takes me seconds. but yet, when i go into the apartment, i'm there for half an hour. it is not just hanging a picture, it is conversing, it is being a friend.
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chef and owner in houston. rooting for the patriots, boston's own steve, chef and owner of -- >> so close. >> he's an amazing man for allowing me to mess up your name. we love you. good morning. >> starting. >> chili on this side. what do you have for me many. >> old school texas chili. the way you want to start it off, we'll make chili powder. we're going to toast these which makes them smoky. crack them like that. you put them in this thing. >> grinder, coffee grinder. >> right. you grind them up. >> wow. >> mix that with cuban garlic powder and mexican apadraigragano. you can smell the difference. >> you can refrigerate it. ground beef, sauteed in the pot. add your onions and chilies, and mix. >> we'll have this on the website.
frito bag. i'm going to taste it. >> we're going to go over to steve. this is a chili your mom helped you make. >> this is a chowder, al. the chili is over there. >> sorry, chowder. >> the secret of this is we take the potatoes raw and put them in here. it's the thickener. instead of flower, the starch of the potato thickens up the chowder. then a clam broth we made earlier. look at this, full of flavor. we let it simmer and add our cream. >> boom. >> little cream. let this go. at the very end, al, before we serve it, we take the fresh clams. don't put them in until the end to keep them tender. if you put them in too early, it'll be tough. >> i have to try a little bit of each. >> all right. >> we have to try ours, too. >> we're going to award the winner when we come back. >> we are? >> we have to after this.
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